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From Tiantaishan to Hieizan: The View from the Keiran Shūyō Shū 渓嵐拾葉集
Author Faure, Bernard (著)
Source Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies
Volumev.4 n.1 Special Issue: Buddhist Worldmaking Programs & Tiantai/Chontae/Tendai Buddhism
Pages215 - 255
PublisherCambria Press
Publisher Url
LocationNew York, US [紐約州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NoteBernard Faure is, since 2006, the Kao Professor of Japanese Religion in the Departments of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University.
KeywordKeiran shūyō shū=渓嵐拾葉集; Kōshū=光宗 (1276–1350); Saichō=最澄=Dengyō Daishi=伝教大師 (767–822); Tiantai/Tendai=天台; Taimitsu=台密; Hieizan=比叡山; Enryakuji=延暦寺; Onjōji=園城寺=Miidera=三井寺
AbstractAfter its transmission to Japan, Chinese Tiantai Buddhism developed into a namesake school (Tendai) based not only at Enryakuji 延暦寺 on Mount Hiei 比叡山, but also at Onjōji 園城寺 (also known as Miidera 三井寺). While preserving the main principles of its origin in China, Japanese Tendai also took on remarkable characteristics under the influence of Esoteric Buddhism. This aspect was known as Taimitsu 台密 (the esoteric teaching of Tendai), by opposition to Tōmitsu 東密 (the esoteric teaching of Shingon 真言, based on Tōji 東寺 Temple in Kyoto). Taimitsu developed in particular a discourse on nonduality centered on the notion of susiddhi (‘perfect realization’). This study highlights some of these innovations, mainly using the evidence gleaned from a major Tendai compendium compiled in the early fourteenth century, the Keiran shūyōshū 渓嵐拾葉集 [Leaves Gleaned from the Mountain Streams].
Table of contentsAn Evolving Tradition 217
The Keiran shūyō shū 221
Onward to Susiddhi 223
Applications of the Susiddhi Model 228
The Butsugen Maṇḍala 228
The Lotus Maṇḍala 230
Triune Deities and Divine Triads 232
Triads and Heptads 235
From Topology to Architecture 238
The Three Torii of Hie 241
Relics and Jewels 242
The Susiddhi in Shingon 243
Coda 246
Bibliography 248
ISSN25762923 (P); 25762931 (E)
Created date2022.05.13
Modified date2022.05.13

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